There are many things to praise about “Arresting Fragments: Object Photography at the Bauhaus,” which runs at the MIT Museum through Sept. 1.
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Like so many people on Monday, I tuned in to the news of the fire in Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Most people spend between 10 to 28 seconds looking at one piece of art.
Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences Neri Oxman’s Mediated Matter Group at MIT has designed an installation using melanin — and says the skin pigment will inevitably be used in architecture.
On view at MIT List Visual Arts Center, artist Kapwani Kiwanga’s Safe Passage features powerful meditations on antebellum “lantern laws” and The Negro Motorist Green Book.
Technological advances have always influenced art.
Walking up the pathway to MIT’s nanotechnology research building, look up.
For the first time in the U.S., Kapwani Kiwanga’s “Safe Passages” is on view at the MIT List Center.
MIT’s List Visual Arts Center has beautiful contemporary art by Frank Stella and Pablo Picasso.
Pilgrim Theatre and MIT Theater Arts Program collaborate to bring the company’s acclaimed cabaret Moon Over Dark Street to Cambridge, at the Institute’s elegant new performance space, Theater W97 located at 345 Vassar Street for three performances only March 8-10, 2019.
In colonial America, “lantern laws” required that all slaves move about the streets at night bearing lit candles. The dancing flames served to track and control a population that might otherwise escape or rebel.
Bollywood actress, filmmaker and social advocate Nandita Das will give a talk on “Art for Social Change” on March 11 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Stata Center.
Kapwani Kiwanga is Canadian-born and Paris-based, though her new exhibition at the MIT List Visual Arts Center tells Boston something about itself.
Ayesha Jordan and Justin Hicks have been collaborators for many years.
An eye-popping arc stretched across the Charles River in 1971 — but it wasn’t a rainbow.
As architecture students at MIT for the last few years, Stephanie Lee and Ellen Shakespear walked through Central Square each day to class. They saw the neighborhood change — Cambridge artist spaces Out of the Blue Too and EMF both closed … Continued
The creation of two MIT graduate students Ellen Shakespear and Stephanie Lee, Spaceus takes empty storefronts and turns them into temporary workspaces and information centers for artists.
The Met Museum Envisions a Future Where Artificial Intelligence Helps You Find #Art Posts for Your Instagram
The New York institution teamed up with Microsoft and MIT to create prototypes that imagine how AI can help museums engage audiences.
Though her first East Coast solo exhibition is formally promoted as featuring three of her recent photographic series that explore the complexities of national identities and memories in former USSR territories, the brilliance of photographer Mila Teshaieva’s show lies not in the … Continued
About a dozen women inmates — and just as many MIT students — have gathered in the activity room at South Bay House of Correction every day for the past few weeks.
“Spider’s Canvas/Arachnodrone,” a sonic exploration of a spider’s web, is the result of a meeting of minds at MIT.
Curiosity diverted Tony Conrad into the underground worlds of experimental music and filmmaking, and to an unpretentious understanding of himself as a conceptual artist.
The board of the Venice Biennale and President Paolo Baratta have chosen Hashim Sarkis as the curator of the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale.
Architect Hashim Sarkis, dean of architecture and planning at MIT, will be director for the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2020.